Aliseda

Aliseda is a town and municipality of around 1,750 people founded around 1229 after the conquest of Cáceres when a number of villages sprung up as a result of the fertile soil conducive to agricultural activities. Impacted by wars in the late 1300s, residents were exempted from paying taxes in 1426 in order to encourage repopulation of the town, a situation kept in place until 1760.

History

The general assembly of Extremadura Entiende was held in the town on 24 October 2015, and Sisi Cáceres Rojo was selected as the new president of the organization. At the same meeting, Marisa González Galán was elected as vice president, María del Carmen Martínez Viloria was elected secretary, and Ana Carmen Fraile Tejedor was elected treasurer. The positions were for two years.

Extremadura Entiende visited Aliseda In September 2017 as part of their Encuentro Extremadura Entiende program.  They were officially welcomed to the town by the lieutenant mayor.

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